Ask the Expert: Bring Your Own Device to Work

BEAU MONDAY, INFORMATION SECURITY DIRECTOR, HAWAIIAN TELCOM

EXPERT OF THE MONTH: BEAU MONDAY, INFORMATION SECURITY DIRECTOR, HAWAIIAN TELCOM, WWW.HAWAIIANTEL.COM Question: Most of my employees access their work files from home or using their personal, mobile devices. What should I do to ensure our company network is not compromised? Answer: BYOD refers to “Bring Your Own Device,” or the practice of employees using their Read the full article…

Entrepreneurs After Age 50

Lee Ann Bowman

Forget about retirement, gray hair means it’s time to launch a business What is it about people over 50? Just when they peek at that no-more-9-to-5 horizon, many do crazy things like travel the world, self-publish books or enroll in college. Some even start their own businesses. Haven’t these encore entrepreneurs heard about Hawaii’s terrible Read the full article…

Editor’s Note: Making Your Own Best Place to Work

Steve Petranik

The most important person in creating your Best Place to Work is almost always the company’s owner or CEO, so choose well when you join an organization. The second most important person is not your immediate supervisor. It’s you. That’s not as simple as “Attitude Is Everything,” though your attitude plays a huge role. More Read the full article…